The West Village Walking Tour
Architecture -- History -- Interesting Pictures and Stories

A Walking Tour of the Past and the Present

This tour features the writers, poets, artist and famous people of the West Village's past with information about it's history and architecture
along with interesting pictures and stories that help join us with the neighborhood's past.

The West Village is an unofficial name for a part of Greenwich Village that roughly speaking falls
between West 14th Street and St. Luke's Place and west of Greenwich Avenue and the Avenue of the Americas.
This tour combines "The Original West Village Walking Tour" and "The Lower West Village Walking Tour"

This walking tour of the West Village's past and present features:

A walk through part of the landmark Greenwich Village Historic District known as "The West Village" including Abingdon Square, Charles St., W. 10 St., W. 11 St., Horatio St., West St. Bank St., Christopher St., Bedford St., Commerce St., Barrow St., Grove St., Hudson St., Gay St. Greenwich St., Greenwich Ave., Morton St. St., Luke's Place and Sheridan Square and a neighborhood once known as the West End.
Each participant will be given two itineraries with over 50 stops that includes 9 New York City landmarks and 5 National landmarks.
Each stop is fully discussed.

Some Highlights are:

About five hous long
Meet at: Southeast corner of Christopher St. & Washington St.

Guided by Alfred Pommer an informative native New Yorker, a college graduate and a Licensed New York City Guide,
who has spent over 27 years researching, creating and leading walking tours in Manhattan's many diverse neighborhoods.
He is the author of four Manhattan guide books published by The History Press

Interested in a Private Walking Tour" ?
Call: (212) 979-2388 for details
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